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The Black Dahlia Hardcover – June 7, 2016
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About the Author
James Ellroy was born in Los Angeles in 1948. He is the author of the acclaimed L.A. Qurtet - The Black Dahlia, The Big Nowhere, LA Confidential and White Jazz, as well as the Underworld USA trilogy: American Tabloid, The Cold Six Thousand and Blood's a Rover. He is the author of one work of non-fiction, The Hilliker Curse: My Pursuit of Women. Ellroy lives in Los Angeles.
In 1998 MATZ’s hit series, THE KILLER, with artist Luc Jacamon, made its comic book debut. It became a bestseller that found its way onto the shelves of bookstores in many countries, all the way to the USA with Archaia. It was then optioned by Paramount for a movie that might be directed by David Fincher. MATZ has also created a new line of comic books, Rivages/Casterman/Noir, which are adaptations of noir novels. But my MATZ’s day job for the last 15 years has been to write for the videogame industry, as he has been an employee at Ubisoft for all these years. Now in charge of the writing department, MATZ has been involved with games such as “Splinter Cell,” “Ghost Recon,” “Rainbow Six,” “Prince of Persia,” and the “Assassin’s Creed” series.
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Top Customer Reviews
This story is full of twists and plot changes and can be hard to follow, but it is all tied up nicely at the end. I found it a bit confusing at some points, but I caught on and it was interesting the way it worked out. I think part of the confusion was that in a graphic novel you don't get as much detail as you would in a written novel.
When I ordered the book, I started to order the paperback, but saw a hardcover copy available to order, so I ordered that. I didn't realize the hardcover copy was a graphic novel until I received it, but here it is, so I read it. I think if you're an avid reader and you love the detail provided in a novel you may not enjoy this edition. But the story is intriguing.